Content Roundup: A Guide To Visual Communication, Email Marketing Tips And More

March 28, 2014 Hayley Mullen

 This week's #ContentRoundup is all about email marketing, landing page messaging, visual communication and more.  

8 Ways to Convert Free Trial Users Into Customers Through Email Marketing

You've got people using your product for free - but how do you turn them into real customers? Unbounce talks nurturing your leads, one email at a time. 

 

A Business Guide To Visual Communication

As the saying goes, a picture says a thousand words. This SlideShare presentation  teaches you how to make sure your visuals are saying the right ones.

 

Most People Won’t Actually Read Your Landing Page – How to Get Your Message Across Anyway

The majority of people who come across your landing page will scan it as opposed to read it. Here's how to optimize it so your message gets through no matter what. 

 

The Perfect Illustration for Anyone Who Wants to Write Great Copy

 The secret to great copy lies in 3 letters: PAS. Copyblogger's Demian Farnworth on what these stand for and why they're so powerful.

 

Better, Not More: 3 Ways to Maximize Email Marketing Data

Email campaigns are a rich source of data that will allow you to create a stronger connection with your readers. Here's how to find quality data through your email marketing, instead of just looking for more numbers.  

About the Author

Hayley Mullen

Hayley is a former Uberflip Community Manager. If you have followed Uberflip on any of our social media channels for the past few years, you may already be familiar with Hayley's past work.

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